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Dr Spektor Eternal Order Carcosa 10574 Posts 
I am happy to say I performed this on Friday the 13th, for a presentation of math and mythology  first time I did it for a very large crowd of university and healthcare professionals  and it SLAYED. It was great  and it was so wonderful to just go on and on with the recital  I felt like singing it  people were *** impressed.... this truly is a work of genius  and I'll be working this in to other presentations whenever I can justify it  because its just soooo good.
hehe, I did also make sure the audience got some pie at the end (rhubarb strawberry, blueberry and apple crumble)..... Kudos to you Vincent!
"They are lean and athirst!!!!"


DrRob Special user Middle Chinnock 916 Posts 
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On Jan 15, 2017, Dr Spektor wrote: May I ask a question Dr Spector, feel free to answer via pm 1. How long have you had the effect? 2. Which version ? 3. On doing the initial learning of the method did you just practice the numbers over and over until they become memorised?? Thanks Dr Rob 

Dr Spektor Eternal Order Carcosa 10574 Posts 
Hi,
1) 4 weeks  got it before going on vacation, did a few dry runs, then just kept practicing it etc.  it is way easier than you think  took me 2 days of practice to be pretty up to speed  but then spent a few weeks practicing with various people before the big show  by then I could just roll the numbers off  the beauty is if you need to stop and think  it looks even better because you are wracking your memory ;0 2) Stackless (I know many other stacks but I wanted to get this anyway for the fun of it  it works charmingly well  I'm still amazed how Vincent created this book  its so cool) 3) I did not practice the "numbers" but chanted the mantra so to speak  if you got Stackless. I did not memorize the numbers themselves if you know what I mean  the memory work was only for the mantra and knowing the equations. Its worth it  you might be worried the first time you try  but even when you struggle  I swear it looks more convincing... and if you make one mistake once in a while, doesn't matter once you ramble off 20 numbers in a row..... or more.... coolio
"They are lean and athirst!!!!"


DrRob Special user Middle Chinnock 916 Posts 
Thank you, I have the mantra as you say in my head still struggling using the pi app occasionally on the odd bugger of a combination but as you say its a great bit of work vincent did creating this !
My physical book should be with mw tomorrow then its off for a trial run with lay people. Thanks for the prompt reply. Regards Dr Rob 

Dr Spektor Eternal Order Carcosa 10574 Posts 
Hey Dr R,
Let us know how it goes  you will be amazed by the reactions.... especially part 2 of the 3..... I find that is good as a stand alone itself pretty much. Heck all 3 phases can stand alone.
"They are lean and athirst!!!!"


rosariorose9 Special user Kreskin guessed that I had 871 Posts 
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On Dec 30, 2016, Vincent Hedan wrote: That's GREAT news!!!! 

DrRob Special user Middle Chinnock 916 Posts 
Keenly awaiting for another owner to upload a video of the routine Starting to get a french accent
Lol Dr Rob 

DrRob Special user Middle Chinnock 916 Posts 
The physical book arrived safely today  now the performances can begin well maybe once I can verbally do a page and a half
Here is an additional idea because each page is 6 digits per line instead if recalling the first 3 numbers per line maybe tell the spectator the last 3 digits if that line or even the last 3 of the second line! An extra phase to the first phase 1a Dr Rob 

The Duster Inner circle 1647 Posts 
In regards to phase 1, I like to KISS
it's the hors d'oeuvre I'm gaging up the opening I'm then making phase 1 look tough and just do the 3 digits but horses for courses 

252life Inner circle Ninth Circle, Hades 1940 Posts 
Since I started to perform Pi...my French has become almost fluent lol
"Pi..the effect that keeps on giving" 252WeeWee
Look for all the world like you're counting the brain cells in his cranium.
Theodore Annemann 

252life Inner circle Ninth Circle, Hades 1940 Posts 
*rethinking that signoff right about now :/
Look for all the world like you're counting the brain cells in his cranium.
Theodore Annemann 

The Duster Inner circle 1647 Posts 
You should, as in stackless it's not in the first 7.5k digits of Pi


252life Inner circle Ninth Circle, Hades 1940 Posts 
Maybe at 7.6 of Pi
BEB12965 (Yes, I use the stackless version lol)
Look for all the world like you're counting the brain cells in his cranium.
Theodore Annemann 

DrRob Special user Middle Chinnock 916 Posts 
Hi All
Been practising a different way this evening Ive been covering up the page numbers reading out the digits and trying to remember what page I learnt them on  anyway to fuĺly memorise the sequence. Dr Rob 

Waters. Special user 672 Posts 
If I am "rusty" on my previously memorized stack, should I buy the Stack Version or The Stackless? If you were starting from scratch, which is the best way to go? Just wondering.
Thanks
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Mr. Mindbender Inner circle 1337 Posts 
I have both an Aronson stack booklet, and then when 2.0 came out, went with the stackless version. I prefer the stackless version because I find it easier to recognize the stackless patterns on the even verse odd pages. Don't want to say more than that, but it's more straightforward in my mind.


Waters. Special user 672 Posts 
Thank you Mr. Mindbeder. This helps a lot!
Follow the link...
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252life Inner circle Ninth Circle, Hades 1940 Posts 
I got the stackless version. But, I do use a stack a lot (Atlas Brookings Solution stack).
I've almost worn out my original copy of Pi. Kind of curious if I should have tried the stack version first. Maybe when I get a replacement I'll get an extra version in stack. Probably end up losing what little of my mind is left lol
Look for all the world like you're counting the brain cells in his cranium.
Theodore Annemann 

The Duster Inner circle 1647 Posts 
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On Jan 18, 2017, 252life wrote: yikes doing two versions? just be easier to learn pi for real 

252life Inner circle Ninth Circle, Hades 1940 Posts 
Lol good point. I think I've become a mentalism masochist.
252MorePi
Look for all the world like you're counting the brain cells in his cranium.
Theodore Annemann 

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